Metro Moves interviews Barratt London’s New South Quarter’s newest homeowner.
Primary school teacher Pieter Daniel Jordaan was featured in an interview with Andrea Dean, property journalist for Metro Moves yesterday, after buying his first home at Barratt London’s New South Quarter development.
Jordaan recently purchased the two-bedroom flat, off plan, and is thrilled with his new home. Jordaan made the purchase by putting down a five percent deposit and with help from the government-endorsed Help to Buy scheme.
Jordaan commented: “I had criteria to fulfil. My home needed to be a new build, have two bedrooms and excellent transport links into central London”. On New South Quarter, Dean says: “the development is conveniently located next to Wandle Park tram station, and East and West Croydon stations are a few minutes away”. New South Quarter ticks all of the boxes for Jordaan, along with a terrace, assigned parking space and the amenities offered by the development, including a concierge service.
Barratt London’s reputation as a housebuilder was also a major factor in Jordaan’s decision to buy at New South Quarter. Jordaan states: “When looking for a home, I was drawn to New South Quarter based on the fact that Barratt London was the developer behind the project. The buying process was smooth; Barratt London could not have been more helpful”.
New South Quarter (NSQ) is made up of 923 contemporary studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments set around the River Wandle, close to the heart of Croydon. , many of which have river views, as well as future on-site facilities such as a café and nursery. The apartments, designed by ATP Group, have open-plan living areas which maximise space, while kitchens and bathrooms come fully equipped with contemporary appliances and fittings.